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March 14, 2019 | Advertorial
PARAINEN, Finland: LM Sharp Diamond instruments are completely sharpen free, tough but refined, offering unique benefits for dental clinicians. These instruments are made from an exceptionally durable special metal alloy, and its wear resistance is enhanced by a protective micro-membrane coating, produced using modern physical vapour deposition technology. Sharp Diamond instruments, with the ergonomically designed LM-ErgoSense handle, optimally combine superior sharpness and tactile sensitivity. The instruments are especially suitable for clinicians who use hand instruments frequently and want to minimise their maintenance. Clinicians can use the time saved for productive work and oral health promotion.
March 08, 2019 | News
Finland-based company LM-Dental develops, produces and markets high-tech dental hand instruments and its tracking system, together with ultrasonic devices, orthodontic appliances and more. In an interview with Dental Tribune International, LM-Dental Business Development Manager Valter Rönnholm discusses the company’s tracking system, which uses ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio frequency identification (RFID). He talks about some of its major benefits.
February 21, 2019 | Advertorial
COLOGNE, Germany: LM-Dental, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of ergonomic dental instruments, actively works with dental clinics to ensure its product development remains at the cutting edge. This collaboration has revealed many challenges related to material handling and traceability, with increasing requirements for patient safety and documentation often emphasised. Logistics and maintenance could also be managed better and more effectively. In response to these challenges, LM-Dental has developed the LM Dental Tracking System (LM DTS), the first commercially available system in the dental industry to efficiently track and monitor dental instruments, handpieces and materials from different manufacturers using an advanced radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology.
June 21, 2018 | Business
PARGAS, Finland: Razor-sharp, extremely hard, yet smooth and light: dental equipment manufacturer LM-Dental’s sharpen-free Sharp Diamond instruments offer benefits for both the dental professional and the patient, according to the company. The instruments are made from a durable metal alloy, while their wear resistance is enhanced by a micro-membrane coating produced with physical vapour deposition technology.
PARAINEN, Finland: LM-Dental has recently added ten new members to its popular Sharp Diamond hand instrument range. In addition to the company’s sharpen-free Gracey curettes in regular sizes, a number of universal curettes and scalers are now available.
May 18, 2018 | Business
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: On 5 and 6 October 2018, Finnish manufacturer LM-Dental will be holding this year’s LM-Activator seminar at the Radisson Blu Hotel Airport in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The seminar and training session will consist of lectures, hands-on training and a get-together. During the event, attendees will learn more about the LM-Activator’s application, its benefits and results.
April 23, 2017 | Advertorial
КЕЛЬН, Германия/ПАРАЙНЕН, Финляндия: чтобы обеспечить безопасность пациентов, требования к которой непрерывно ужесточаются, клиникам всего мира ежедневно приходится так или иначе решать задачу контроля и документирования перемещений материалов и инструментов. Однако управлять как движением инструментов, так и их стерилизацией, можно гораздо более эффективно. Например, финская компания LM-Dental разработала систему учета и отслеживания, которая уже в этом месяце будет представлена на Международной стоматологической выставке (IDS) в Кельне.
March 23, 2017 | Advertorial
COLOGNE, Germany: The successful collaboration between Finnish manufacturer LM-Dental and Style Italiano, a study group of passionate clinicians and researchers specialising in aesthetic dentistry, has once again led to the creation of new instruments. The company is currently showcasing the results of this intense research and product development at the International Dental Show (IDS).
February 19, 2017
COLOGNE, Germany/PARGAS, Finland: Dental clinics worldwide face daily challenges with regard to material handling and traceability, as well as increasing requirements for patient safety and documentation. Logistics and instrument maintenance too could be managed better and more effectively. In response to these needs, Finnish manufacturer LM-Dental has developed a tracking system, which will be on display during the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne in Germany next month.